Author(s): Miller, Susan M.; Hulstrand, Janet; Kagan, Janet, Kirkland, Larry
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

This resource provides information about the thoughtful integration of public art into city spaces. It outlines some of the major questions concerning public art and city development. 

Author(s): Gadwa, Anne; Markusen, Ann
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

This white paper from the National Endowment for the Arts summarizes two decades of creative American placemaking, drawing on original economic research and case studies of pathbreaking initiatives in large and small cities, metropolitan to rural, as well as published accounts. The case studies stretch from Providence, Rhode Island, to Los Angeles, California, and from Arnaudville, Louisiana, and Fond du Lac, Minnesota, to Seattle, Washington.

Author(s): Various
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2009

The authors of this letter provide commentary and recommendations that they believe will make the partnership between artists and administrators more effective and efficient, resulting in art works that are more evocative of time and place. 

Author(s): Modica, Lee
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2009

The term deaccession applies to the disposition or exchange of public artworks no longer appropriate for display and to the process by which a decision is made to transfer title of the artwork from one institution to another institution or individual or otherwise move or dispose of the artwork. The State of Florida through its Agencies reserves the right to deaccession works of art in its public art collection in the best interest of the public and as a means of improving the overall quality of the State’s public art collection. All meetings in which artworks are recommended for

Author(s): San Jose Cultural and Visitor Services
Date of Publication: Aug 01, 2008

This sample document is an example of a Public Art Ordinace. In this document, the San Jose outlines the purpose of its public art program and how it will allocate funds to meet program needs. 

Author(s): Todd Bressi, Brown and Keener Bressi, Meridith McKinley, Via Partnership
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2007

An update to San Jose existing Public Art Master Plan, which was adopted in 2001. This new Public Art Master Plan is intended to guide San Jose Public Art Program from 2007-2012.

Author(s): Minneapolis Arts Commission
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2007

This document outlines the policies and procedures for the Art in Public Places is a program of the Planning Division of the Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development Department and is overseen by the City’s Public Arts Administrator.

Author(s): Government Accountability Office
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 2006

Issued by the United State Government Accountability Office this report outlines details of the Smithsonian Institution's contract with Showtime networks.

Author(s): Doss, Erika
Date of Publication: Oct 01, 2006

Local conflicts over public art have occurred throughout the United States. This Monograph looks at several of those controversies.

Author(s): Consuelo I. Marshall
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2006

Detailed Art in Public Places Work Plan covering steps to implement a new program for municipal government.